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Rental Reform Bill Architect to address landlords’ conference

Eddie Hughes MP - the sole surviving Boris Johnson appointee in the housing ministry and the man behind the Renters Reform Bill - is to address the National Residential Landlords Association conference.

Hosted by Paul Lewis, veteran presenter of Radio 4’s Money Box, the Landlord Conference 2022 says it will offer attendees “a wealth of information and practical guidance on future housing law reform, legislative impacts, and upcoming energy efficiency regulation.”

The NRLA, holding the event along with Landlord Law, says it will allow attendees to:

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- Understand more about the Government’s plans for the future direction of the private rented sector from Eddie Hughes MP;

- Get the latest on housing reform law, landlord, and letting agent legislation and compliance from industry experts;

- Hear more about upcoming energy efficiency requirements for rental properties, from both political and legal perspectives, as well as practical advice on getting properties fully compliant;

- Get onsite advice, guidance, and special offers from a range of exhibitors;

- Network and share experiences with other landlords and agents; and 

- Claim five standard CPD points to keep up to date.

Other speakers include NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle;  Paul Shamplina, the founder of Landlord Action; respected property industry law expert David Smith; and former ARLA chief executive David Cox, now the Rightmove compliance director.

Standard tickets are £240; NRLA members are entitled to £100 discount.

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    Is anyone else struggling with staying accredited since the NLA scheme changed to the NRLA?
    This article gives us an opportunity to spend £140 to get half a years required points. Has anyone found a way to stay accredited without spending hundreds of pounds in addition to the membership fee?

    Back in the NLA days keeping accredited was easy. Do a few modules from the excellent library, read the magazine and attend a couple of landlord meetings. All good information stuff.
    Now it seems to be a case of paying varying amounts for various online things.

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    Agree they have made it much more difficult. It's a great shame about the library. I am only staying because of the helpline and as a general principle, in the hope they are lobbying for us, but that's looking very dubious these days.

     
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    Eddie Hughes wants landlords to come and listen to him.

    Surely it's HE who needs to do the listening!

    We're all only too aware of the effect of Government plans on the PRS. It's the Government who don't seem to understand what the effects will be!

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    Spot on Robert!

     
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    Rental Reform Bill Conference £240. to attend a bunch of nanny goats talking through their hat, if they pay me £1’000. I will not go anywhere near those destroying us.
    Accreditation is a farce keep renewing adding brownie points, to add to the latest garbage they dreamt up.
    How did we manage for decades before any of those Quangos existed, now we are expected to learn how to be a landlord, like first day on the
    job to create more money streams for them at our own expense solely.

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    Thank you for the comments regarding accreditation. Unfortunately the library was discontinued due to issues with keeping it updated and usability. The NRLA conference awards CPD points however accreditation can be maintained by attaining 5 standard CPD points per year which can be gained via many free methods such as reading the magazine, listening to podcast and attending webinars. Every 5 years members are required to refresh their knowledge and provide evidence by completing a core course and assessment which starts at £60 depending on which option members chose. The NRLA accreditation scheme allows landlords to access discounts with the local authority while showing tenants that they keep their knowledge up to date and meet their obligations. However, the scheme is not mandatory and members are invited to join if they feel there is a benefit to their business. Please feel free to contact us at the NRLA if you have any further questions - membership@nrla.org.uk

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